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Pissouri is a seaside village located between Limassol and Pafos. Pissouri’s administrative area is the third biggest in Limassol District. Pissouri is situated about three kilometers away from the bay named Cape Aspro, and is built on the side of a green hill.
There are two distinct communities, Pissouri Village Area and Pissouri Bay Area. The total permanent population is said to reach around 1100 people, about half of who are Cypriots, the rest foreigners, mainly British residents and visitors.
The unique character and attractiveness of Pissouri is related to its Cypriot character that has been retained. It is still very much a working village of farmers, who have now become involved in tourisM with varying degrees of success.
Visitors can find almost anything they want in Pissouri. There are several shops and just every need is available. As far as taverns, restaurants and bars are concerned, there is an amazing number and variety - and they are all good; serving food and drink of exceptional quality.
In the Pissouri community the visitor would show great interest to come across with some elements from history as much as for the historical and big church of Apostle Andreas, as for the small old churches of the community.
Visiting the church and chapels, in an excursion style, is easy and well organized in the area. The visitors are overwhelmed by the size of beauty, the charm and the religious devotion of those who lived and created these holy monuments of Christianity, of Glory and culture in these beautiful and hospitable communities.